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Antique Pewter, Quart Mug, Parks Boyd, 5.5-Inch
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1795-1819)
A circa 1805 Philadelphia mug bearing the touch of Parks Boyd
Antique American Narrow Rim Pewter Dish
James Porter, Connecticut Valley & Baltimore (1795-1803)
An extremely rare pewter deep dish bearing the marks of James Porter; impressed on
underside with two marks; Jacobs 233. (Diameter: 11”)
American Pewter Plate
By William Kirby
New York City
Active, 1760 - 1793
An 8.25-inch pewter dish with hammered booge, touch marks on reverse, polished; very good condition.
Antique Pewter Tasting Porringer, R. Lee
Springfield, Vermont, circa 1795 - SOLD
The handle bearing Jacobs 201 touch mark
(Bowl diameter: 2.25"; length: 3.25")
Antique Pewter teapot Stand,
James Vickers, Circa 1787-1800
England, Maker's mark stamped into the underside,
(1" x 7" x 5.125")
Ex Collection of Charles V. Swain of Hilltop Farm, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
LITERATURE: Jack L. Scott, Pewter Wares from Sheffield, page 101, figure 62.
Antique, Massachusetts Pewter Measure, Half Gallon
Stamped CM for Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1750 to 1780
This measure bears a verification mark for the American colony of Massachusetts
"CM" in block letters stamped on face of rim to left of handle (unidentified maker)
Baluster form with flat circular cover displaying paired incised rings at edge centering a
pair at center; bud thumbpiece with stepped and canted triangular extension soldered to
cover and continuing nearly to center; cover hinged to handle…shape may be attributed
to American shop tradition; strong linen marks. The baluster-shaped body having a
galleried rim and flared base displays paired incised concentric lines on rim, center of
body, and lower section of body; scroll strap handle attached at rim and with strut to
lower section of body. (Possible small repair to belly seam; height: 11”)
American Pewter Deep Dish
Joseph Danforth, 1780 to 1788
The dish with single reeded rim has two lion in gateway touch-marks and four hallmarks. Laughlin 377 and 378. (Diameter: 13.25".)
Possibly Christian Will (active 1770 to 1789)
Rare American spoon, possibly crafted by Christian Will, with ‘C*W’ mark on reverse surface of handle. Decorated with tracery on the upper stem, and a shell on reverse of bowl. Upper reverse of handle shows urn or basket full of fruit and flowers, next to ownership initials ‘DB’. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
Antique Pewter, Hamlin Porringer, Flower Handle, 5- Inch
Samuel Hamlin Jr., Providence, Rhode Island (1801-1856)
Basin form with boss in bottom and flowered handle; Jacobs mark 164.
Antique Pewter Half Pint Bud Baluster Measure
Marked “DP”, probably Daniel Parker (1678-1739)
A 5-inch half-pint baluster measure with waisted profile displaying two
pair of concentric rings centered by galleried rim and flared base.
Rim displays the “DP” marker’s mark, strap handle and flat hinged
lid with bud thumbpiece. Lid displays the CROWN over GR verification
seal and rings.
Signed Danforth (active 1795 to 1816)
1.5 by 6 by 4.25”
H: 2” Diameter
Pewter American Gill Bud Baluster Measure
Circa 18th century
Engraved with ‘CM’ for ‘Commonwealth’ and ‘CS’ for ‘County of Suffolk.’
H: 3.5” Diameter: 2”
Pewter ‘LOVE’ Plate
Last half of 18th century
Antique Pewter Porringer
Thomas D. & Sherman Boardman,
Hartford, Connecticut, 1810 to 1830, 4”
Antique Pewter Basin, American, Unmarked
19th Century, 8”, Beaded Rim
(Height: 2"; diameter: 8")
Pewter Pedestal Salt
American Maker, mid 19th century
Small pedestal salt. No maker’s mark, initials ‘IB’ engraved on exterior bowl surface. Excellent condition, original surface patina.
H: 1 5/8” Diameter: 2.5”
American Bronze Spoon Mold, Pewter
18th Century - SOLD